The Hemingway Letters Project wins the Lyman H. Butterfield Award

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The Association for Documentary Editing's selection committee for the Lyman H. Butterfield Award has selected the Hemingway Letters Project as this year's award winner.  

Since 1985, the Association for Documentary Editing has presented the Butterfield Award annually to recognize recent contributions in the areas of documentary publication, teaching, and service. 

The committee's chair, Victoria Sciancelepore writes:  

I'm happy to announce that after thorough consideration the Butterfield Committee has come to the decision to award the Lyman H. Butterfield Award to the Hemingway Letters Project. Based on their nomination letter, compelling letters of support, and corroborative evidence from supporting documents, we are confident in recognizing the Hemingway Letters Project for its exceptional contributions to the field of documentary editing. Through their exemplary dedication, the Project has demonstrated sustained service to the craft, and shown dedication to highlighting and delivering outstanding research through their multi-volume publication, The Letters of Ernest Hemingway. We look forward to celebrating their achievements and continued success.

Congratulations to the Letters Project Team on receiving this prestigious award which recognizes their outstanding work.